Cairo Pyramids Ibn Tulun Mosque and Gayer Anderson Museum Private Tour

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Cairo Pyramids Ibn Tulun Mosque and Gayer Anderson Museum Private Tour

The Ibn Tulun Mosque is one of the largest and oldest mosques in Cairo, Egypt. It is recognized as a significant historical and architectural landmark and is located in the Sayeda Zeinab region.

There are many things to do in Cairo and many sites to visit. We will accompany you on your Cairo half-day tours to explore the city. Pyramids are certainly the first thing that comes to mind when considering Egypt tours. No other nation in the world has buildings as magnificent as those found there, and almost no other structure is linked to as many myths as the pyramids. Researchers continue to disagree about the building's intended use and the process used to construct it. We will take you to learn more about the Great Pyramid in Giza (Cheops Pyramid), the Pyramid of Khafre (Chephren), and the Pyramid of Menkaure (Mecerinus), as well as their associated pyramid complexes and the Great Sphinx of Giza. 

The complex of the Pyramids of Giza is located in the Arab Republic of Egypt in Greater Cairo. also, you will see Saqqara Necropolis (Egypt's Oldest Pyramid) and the Step Pyramid of Djoser, the oldest pyramid ever constructed among those attributed to Egyptian civilization, which is what makes Saqqara famous and what draws many tourists to it during their Egypt tours. Saqqara was also the royal necropolis of the ancient Kingdom up until the third dynasty. also, we will take you to visit Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque, the oldest Islamic monument in Egypt and finally, we will take you to the Gayer Anderson Museum. 

  • transportation from Giza or Cairo hotels and return by our representatives.
  • Your transfers are done by an exclusive air-conditioned vehicle.
  • All admission fees to all the sites as mentioned within the tour itinerary are included.
  • English-speaking tour guide throughout your trips to Cairo.
  • Bottle of mineral water or soft drinks during all our half Cairo Day Tours.
  • Any service charges and taxes of Egypt Day Tours are included during the Half Day Tour.


  • Any extras not mentioned in the Cairo Trips program.
  • Camel riding around Giza Pyramids.
  • Tipping or gratitudes are not included during your Cairo Tours.
  • Prices do not apply during Christmas and New Year tours in Egypt or Egypt Easter tours.

Your accredited representative will meet you anywhere in Cairo or Giza to enjoy a Cairo Half-day Tour to the Pyramids, Saqqara, Tulun's Mosque, and Gayer Anderson museum.

we will start our journey in the desert of Egyptian pyramids, you will enjoy it when you see The Giza Pyramids are regarded as one of the top things to do in Cairo. They were constructed in ancient Egypt's Fourth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom. A worker's village's ruins and a number of cemeteries are also present on the property. We will astonish you with the spirit of humankind's earliest civilization and heritage. The Great Sphinx, which was believed to have been carved from bedrock stone to the same king with its appearance of a man-headed lion that denotes the strength of the Continue to the high plateau for a panoramic view of all three Giza Pyramids and a great opportunity to ride a camel there (optional activity). It's time for some exciting photos, which you can take it comfortably. Your guide will take stunning pictures of you while you kiss the Great Sphinx, hold the pyramids in your hands, and do other tricky poses.

After that

you will visit Saqqara Step Pyramid is famous mainly for having been the royal necropolis of the ancient Kingdom up to the third dynasty, and for hosting the Step Pyramid of Djoser, the oldest pyramid ever built among those attributed to Egyptian civilization that attracts many tourists to visit during their Egypt tours.

also, Saqqara enjoys a variety of historical sites The Step Pyramid, The Museum of Imhotep, The Serapeum, The Pyramid of King Teti at Sakara, The mastaba of Mereruka, and the Tomb of Ti.

then we will go to Ahmad Ibn Tulun Mosque one of the oldest Islamic monuments in Egypt which was built in 879. It has the first spiral minaret that was erected in the sky of Egypt and is considered one of the hanging mosques that are built on a rocky peak called "Shukr" on Mokattam Mountain.

But, if you want to know What was the mosque of Ibn Tulun used for?  In the 12th century, it served as a shelter for pilgrims traveling to the Hijaz from North Africa. Al-Qata'i, the capital of Ibn Tulun and the administrative center of the Tulunid dynasty, was designed with the grand congregational mosque as its focal point. when you visit this mosque, you will realize that the mosque is a rare survivor of the classical Islamic period.

Gayer Anderson is an English officer who completed his medical studies in London and was appointed to the medical department of the English army in 1904, then he moved to the service of the English army in Egypt in 1907.

The museum consisted of two houses dating back to the Ottoman era in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries AD, and they were combined into one house, In them, he displays his archaeological collection of Pharaonic, Islamic, and Asian antiquities, provided that this furniture and his collection of antiquities become the property of the Egyptian people after his death or when he leaves Egypt permanently.

finally, we will take you to your hotel in Cairo or Giza. 













1 Person

$275 Per Person

2 - 3 Persons

$165 Per Person

4 - 6 Persons

$110 Per Person

7 - 10 Persons

$85 Per Person

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The Ibn Tulun Mosque is located in Cairo, Egypt. Specifically, it is situated in the Sayyida Zeinab neighborhood, near the Citadel of Saladin and the historic district of Islamic Cairo. The mosque is one of the oldest and largest surviving mosques in the city and is considered a significant architectural and historical landmark.

The 162-meter-long, square-shaped Mosque of Ibn Tulun was built with red brick that had been well-fired and intricately carved stucco fronts over pointed arches. The mosque has undergone multiple full reconstructions since it was first completed by architect Saiid Ibn Kateb Al-Farghany.

While it is not required, it is advised that you show respect for the religious site by covering your skin and donning a headscarf.

The Gayer-Anderson Museum is an old building that was made by combining two houses in the 1600s.  Major R.G. Gayer-Anderson Pasha bought the building in 1935 and got permission to live there for a while from the Egyptian Government.



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